28.09.17

Lutron Electronics announces 2017 Excellence Award Winners

HENRI accepting 2017 Lutron Excellence Award in San Diego
HENRI accepts 2017 Lutron Excellence Award in San Diego

Lutron Electronics has announced the winners of the 2017 edition of the Excellence Awards, dedicated to celebrating significant achievements in integration projects incorporating Lutron lighting and shading control.

The awards were introduced in 2003 to recognise excellence in deployment of Lutron light, shade and temperature controls as well as appliance modules, voice control and third-party equipment. Categories at the awards include ‘Project of the Year’ and ‘Best Energy-Efficient Project'.

Lutron notes that winners were chosen on behalf of their unique application of systems and blinds, integration with a security system, or due to the energy savings brought to the home.

The lighting specialist noted a record number of winners from Europe and Africa at this year’s awards.

The 2017 Excellence Award winners are:

Best Engineered System - Chesley Electric

Best Application of Motorized Window Treatments - Twenty-Two Integration

Best Energy-Efficient Project – Domovia (Spain)

Best IP Integration – HENRI (France)

Most Innovative Lighting - 3Logic (Poland)

Best Integration of Voice Control – New Wave Electric

Best Retrofit Project - OMEGA Audio Video

Best Commercial Project - AudioExperts

Best Showroom - Blue Speed AV

Best Specialty Project - C&T Electric

Best Integration of Ivalo fixtures - Chesley Electric

The Essence of Pleasance - AVL Pro

Project of the Year - Clever Association

“We’re proud to see a record number of winners stemming from the European and African regions specifically, with all projects demonstrating the highest industry standard,” commented David Ribbons, sales director for Europe & Africa at Lutron.

“This competition has given us insight into the most impressive projects in the world, and we’re honoured to celebrate our customers’ use of Lutron products, and pleased to see that the bar is being raised every year in terms of innovation.”